Submitted by Name: GEORGE W. JESSOP,III From: PITTSBURGH E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was ojt, 2151, at turret shop, chu lai. was on LSA's to Quang Gnai a few times and remember the pre fire on the elevated road, DeSoto at Duc Pho. Then all moved north. Was at Carrol, Cam Lo, took hydraulic fluid to towed at some ville I later found out (5 yrs ago from History ch) was Khe San. was on Buffalo, July 2 1967,actually at ConThien for about two hours as part of resupply rough rider. If I remember correctly the convoys lead tank and some of us went up the trace to see what all the shooting was about. returned with dead & wounded, and empty magazines. S/F jess
Added: July 4, 2014
Submitted by Name: Rodger "Clem" Clemons From: Norman Okla E-mail: Contact
Comments: Semper Fi Marines!
I was with A 1/4 in 68/69, more than once tanks from the 3rd Tank Battalion saved our butts, probably time to drop in and say Thanks! Also, I joined the Corps with a buddy that went to tanks. I don't know his unit so I'm just going to throw his name out there and hope that someone might have known him. He's gone now, but never forgotten.
Looking for unit assignment for:
Richard Wayne Rogers from Davis OKLA. We joined together Oct 20 1967. Any help would be most appreciated.
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Added: April 21, 2014
Submitted by Name: Billy Whisenant From: Nacogdoches Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: It has been 47 years but here we are. I was riding on the tank b42 in the ambush of Jan.24th 1968. Thanks for being here, and thank you for being there. Semper Fi Billy Whisenant USMC 2/9 Hell in a Helmet
Added: April 17, 2014
Submitted by Name: Ryan Thomas From: Setauket,NY E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was Cpl. in 2/5 106's 67-68. At the request of a friend I am looking for a Jonathon McCormick who was in Ontos(unknown what unit) in 68-69. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Semper Fi. RT
Added: March 21, 2014
Submitted by Name: Walter Curry From: Washington, D.C.
Comments: Served in "slatecreek Charley" 2nd pltn.,1st AT Bn. -Dec. '66 to Jan.'67. Did a 6 mo. extention in 1st MAW. Taught gunnery at Ontos school in the "Pink Palace" @ schools Bn. Camp Delmar until the Ontos became defunct, then managed to become an illustrator, later got an mos change and ran graphics shops until I got out in Dec. '71. Happy to find this site, grateful to those of you who are responsible for it.ABCDE
Added: February 26, 2014
Submitted by Name: Thomas "Ski" Quetschke From: Toledo, Ohio E-mail: Contact
Comments: I served with A Co. 1st AT's from 1/68 to the disbanding of AT's in May of 1969 when I transfered to MABS-16, MAG-16. I remember most everything like it was yesterday.
I have only seen two of the Marines that I served with in Vietnam 1st At's since I rotated mid 1970.
Fred C. and Dave S. from Ontos "No Brains Just Balls" I believe it was A-22.
Does anyone know what ever happened to Lt. Johnson, S/Sgt Brooks, Jerry Colberson, Tom Nailor, Ronnie W. Stowell? So many names I remember but so hard to locate for various reasons.
Semper Fi, Ski
Added: February 12, 2014
Submitted by Name: Richard (* * *) Lorance From: Portage, Indiana E-mail: Contact
Comments: I served with 1st tank battalion from August 1967 until May 1968 first with H&S co at Danang, then transferred to Charlie Co. near Hoi An.
Added: January 17, 2014
Submitted by Name: Skip Moore From: Lemont Furnace,Pa. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Any one out there that was with 3rd Tanks 1965 VietNam, 1rst Tanks 1966 VieNam
Added: January 5, 2014
Submitted by Name: Richard "* * *" Carey From: Columbus, OH/Maspee,MA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Please be sure to leave some information about you before leaving the Guest Book.
I served with H&S and Bravo Co, 3rd Tank Bn during 1967/1968. My MOS was 2141/0161 and O.J.T 1811. I was T.C. of B23.
Added: December 24, 2013
Submitted by Name: Steve F. Valdez From: Norwalk,CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: served 2nd AT's 64-65 CLNC A co 3rd AT's 65-66 RVN A CO 5TH AT's 66-68 CAMP CPCA B co